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Nov 14, 2012 10:00am PST
constitution. always a push back by the opposition party. 1992 when bill clinton was elected bob dole went on tv and said i represent the 57% of americans who did not vote for bill clinton. paul ryan gave an interview saying he didn't believe that president obama has a mandate because he didn't win both congresses. you have to say eisenhower, nixon, reagan, other presidents substantially re-elected or elected didn't have mandates themselves. >> tom brokaw, in this second term as the president begins to decide how to shape his policies, be he according to all that have talked to him and other white house officials want to get things done. he told the "des moines register" in an interview he thought was going to be held as an off the record interview, wanted to do something big on immigration. clearing the deck of these investigations as you said and this our aura of scandal is critical to have the power on capitol hill to make tough decisions. >> rudy giuliani said before this election and says it in a kind of joshing way, that he doesn't want a second term, he wants a second chan
Nov 20, 2012 10:00am PST
the experience of bill clinton who spent the last year of his presidency trying to arrange a deal, that, you know, it's a long shot and it's a bit of a crap shoot. you have now palestine, the state that we think will be one day palestine, divided into two basically warring halves. the west bank under the moderate leadership of abbas and gaza under hamas. it's hard to blame the obama administration on one hand for disengaging from the problem because there's no chance of near term success. on the other hand, you're exactly -- now because of where we are, hillary clinton has to run from her asia pivot, literally from asia back to the middle east just to kind of patch this together temporarily. >> and let's talk about hamas. the u.s. has no relationship with hamas, neither do our european partners, the so-called quartet. hamas is often confused because of its iranian background and sponsorship of hezbollah. talk about the two terrorist groups and the differences. >> sure. hezbollah, based principally in lebanon, backed by the syrian regime and also by iran, has developed a huge arsen
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